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makes light of the the bill political headlines of the day but the cause behind stephen cole we are's trip to capitol hill is no laughing matter. we are live with more on the controversy surrounding his visit coming up. fox 5 morning news starts right now. >> good morning. it is friday, september 24, 2010. can you tell it is a foggy washington, d.c. this morning as we continue to heat up today. good morning. thank you for waking up with fox 5 morning news. i'm sarah simmons in for gurvir. >> i'm steve chenevey. tony perkins is here as we get ready for a hot one today p. >> our two weather stories, the fog that we have that is dense in places. and then the heat continues today. i think today will be warmer than yesterday. we could set a record for today believe are to not. let's take a look at the current temperatures around the region where we are primarily in the 70s. some spots, the upper 60s. but it is 7 # in d.c. 70 in baltimore. 7 # at patuxent naval air station. 67degrees out at dulles airport at this hour. here is a look at the sat-rad. -- 72 in d.c. 7 # at 73 at participatio
. stephen brighhm is accused of receivvd a an abortion of nearly full term fetus. court documents allege that the dr. brigham started the procedure in new jersey and had the patient drive herself to maryland to finish. prosecuttrs are tryiig to have the doctor's licenseesuspended. two maryland physicians accused of helping him have already suffered the same fate. >>> the nation's new healthcare llw brings new consumer protections, help that kiiks in megan gilliland is live at federal hill on whaa ttis means for you and wwy some are so opposed to it. >> good morning, megan. >>> hundreds of thousands of americans set to get some relief today and it sounds pretty good but ome areeworrieddwho is going to for this all. the pptient protection and affordable care act goes into %-it's six mooths after the president signed it into laww here is how it breaks down. starting right now insurance companies will no longer be permitted to exclude children because of preexisting health conditionss insurers will also not be allowed to impose lifetime limits on benefits. and children up to 26 years old wi
in calvert county is now canceled. >> good news there. >> 6:48. time for today's politico minute. stephen colbert is getting the cold shoulder from capitol hill. >> james, thanks for being here. so we heard the spoof testimony stephen colbert in character testifying on capitol hill last week. there was already a sentiment among law makers that they have had enough of him and this just accelerated the pending divorce, if you will. >> the last straw. there was a sort of consensus that stephen colbert is not one you want to engage with. and colbert had become famous in part for his segment, know your district. he would do these long seg meantsd make his guests look goofy. now it's harder and harder for him to book almost any member of congress on his show because they know they are just going to end up looking like idiots. >> so we were talking earlier about why he was there in the first place. who invited stephen colbert to testify if so many people are not getting his jokes anymore? >> zock rin a powerful ally of nancy pelosi went on his show the day before the testimony because she was pu
that maybe nobody could have gotten away with except stephen colbert. hello, everyone. i'm chris jansing. >>> startling new developments in a story that we've been following for you all day out of miami. coral gables, a bank teller abducted from his home, strapped to what may have been a bomb in an apparent bank heist. police say the kidnapers took off with an unknown amount of cash, and a major man hunt is onto find them. msnbc's richard lui has more for them. >> we've been following the press briefings coming out this afternoon. and what we understand now the story is 14 hours old, still developing. the fbi mentioning about an hour ago three suspects still at large. that is still out there. then there's the person that was apprehended in this video. got video to show you what happened about three hours ago when we were watching it. i'm going to lay that out for you. the fbi saying this is a story of him being a teller that was taken hostage right after midnight in his home. the masked suspects at that time then strapped a bomb to this teller you see here, according to the fbi, and took
this week with stephen hayes, one of the two men accused of killing his wife and two daughters in a brutal 2007 home invasion. >> mostly focused on the questions that i was being asked. just try to do the best i could for my family. >> reporter: in court, petit endured the 911 call made by a teller in this bank where his wife jennifer, seen here on the surveillance video, was taken by her attackers. >> we have a lady who is in our bank right now who says that her husband and children are being held at their house. the people are in a car outside the bank. she is getting $15,000 to bring out to them. if the police are told they will kill the children and the husband. they have their faces covered. she is petrified. they told her they wouldn't hurt anybody if she got back there with the money. she believes them. i think she's walking out now. >> reporter: she walked into the ultimate nightmare. hayes and his accomplice took her home where she was sexually assaulted. her two children were tied to their beds. her husband was tied to a pole in the basement. dr. petit managed to escape by untyin
. >>> stephen colbert appears on capitol hill this morning, testifying about immigration before a house committee. we get more from fox 5's sherri ly on capitol hill. he's there for a serious reason today. >> reporter: he is, but when people say stephen colbert is testifying, it's like insert joke here, but this is a serious issue. he is testifying on capitol hill today. it has drawn a lot of fire from critics who say this is just a joke, but a spokesperson for that house subcommittee holding the hearing said this is a serious issue and this is not a tv stunt. according -- anyone who watches colbert's comedy central show, knows he spent time doing the job of a my grant worker, it's part of the united farms worker take our jobs campaign inviting u.s. citizens to replace illegal immigrants working on a farm for a day. colbert picked beans in a field and sorted corn in a packing house in upstate new york. today he'll appear as an expert witness to testify before a house judiciary subcommittee to talk about his experience. the hearing called protecting america's harvest will focus on food
the prosecutor. he said he would let york handle case but he has not ruled it out. >>> some calling stephen colbert 's presentation last week on capitol hill. we're going to take a closer look at this when we are joined by farm johnson in a few minutes. >>> a manassas fire marshall said a cigarette caused a fire that destroyed three homes and damaged five others. and he said gusty winds and the homes were so close together were other factors. the fire on thursday was one of the biggest residential fires ever in manassas. >>> slot machines are coming to maryland and a few days earlier than expected. the casino is opening in less than one hour. the first slot casino in perryville just got approval from the lottery commission to open early. a dry run on saturday went smoothly so it's opening at 8:00 a.m. this morning. >>> coming up next on fox 5 morning news, before the congregation at his megachurch in georgia, allegations of sexual misconduct surface. >>> and they have been trapped underground for more than 50 days now but the equipment that will rescue 33 miners in chile is now in place. >>
is a high rankkng the blood's gaag ii to be sentenced today in a death of stephen pariih. rowlings rdereddother members to killing parish beccuse e thought parish was gay and that would make the gaag look weak. >>> a man accused in the drunk drrvinn of a howard county poliie say aaron orsong was auguss on route 8. that is when he eventually ú%lled benjamin wirt man. he was aaso charged with hhroin possession. >>> it's dangerous, ann in three days it will also b illegal, driving while using a cell phone in maryland is a $40 finee3 starting oo friday. %-joel d smith is live in timonm with some answers. this is going to require some equipment, joel.ú >> reporter: it will, first let's poonn out that it's a secondary offense. if you don't have ann movement be buuged by this at all.ú it definittly makes you safer when you arr not using your hands tootalk and you're using them to drive. this is a hands free device and here to tell us more about how things have beenngoing, especially with sales we ave3 roger. i got to imagine that here communicction electronics it has >> has been.
on tuesday. he had two other members of the blood killed stephen parish because he suspected that parisú was gay.ú >>> a baltimore man is convicted of assault but cleared of attempted murder after opening ffre at a wes westminister apart complex. harris was arguing with two men ovee a missing cell ppone in february when he pulled out a gun and started shooting. he fired a shot at a man on the3 apartmenttstairwelll and fired two more shots at the door of a unit once the man ran inside..3 he is beinggheld without bail until sentencing. >>> a man pleads driving while3 impaired. -olice say he hit and killedú 16-year-old beeni!!16-year-old n whiie riding his bike last august. >>> governor o'malley rolls outú a new radio ad. in it, comes support from peopp3 many democrats seem to be3 distancing themselvee these days. preeident barackkobama. >> mmryland you have a choice in the election this fall, a choice whhther you keep working forward with the hard working leadershi3 and vision of governor martin o'malley r do you slip backwards. ú%r o'malley.nt recorded the ad release comes after o'ma
survey bay harris interactive questioned nearlyú stephen hundred teenagers.3 -- 1700 teenagers many only 36% said had a regular testing during driviig could result in death. while 55% the same about drinking and driving. but they''e bothhequallyy3 dangerous. joel d smicket is liv smith is t centennial high school where a demonstration is to prove how dangerous and even deadly >> rrporter: this is going to be happening later with the mba officcally doing their course. it's bben studied and everything. we have made our own course for demonstration purposes. student government presidentt fiiss, claire a, have you texted while drivinn. ú%done it.se, i everybody has >> reporter: have you done it lately. >> no. >> reporrer: ow stuff is it when you stop at the stoplight. >> it's tough. because you ccn see the light in your peripheral vision, so yyu are itching to know what it is. but you stop ecause you thinkk3 it's the right thiig to do, righh? p> it's not just you on the road, it's everybooy else, too. >> reporterr but not everybooy is doing the same thing as you. you have friends, som
. the house committee last week heard from comedian stephen colbert about immigration, today listen to media mogul rupert murdock and michael bloomberg. murdock owns the parent company of this network and bloomberg is mayor of new york and owns his own financial news service. they urged lawmakers to match effort to secure the border with efforts to ensure employers don't hire people illegally. they're part of a group favoring comprehensive immigration reform. that brings to us the featured text to vote poll. the question for you: what should congress have dealt with before leaving? you can text your answer to 36288. type sr1 for holding ethics hearings. sr2 for spending cuts. sr3 for school nutrition bill. or sr4 for tax cuts. we'll bring you the results at the end of the program. still ahead, new york's gubernatorial race gets personal as a candidate and a reporter go at it. >> i'll take you out, buddy. >> take me out? >> yeah. >> how are you going doto do that? >> watch. >> chris: we begin america's news headquarters coverage tonight in the state of new york where the concept of bare knuck
to be giving us an update. >>> also, spending the day picking vegetables at a farm. stephen colbert spends a day on capitol hill after doing that for a house hearing about farm workers. we're going to get details from our politics.com desk coming up. [ female announcer ] what if your natural beauty could be flawless, too? new aveeno positively radiant tinted moisturizers, with scientifically proven soy complex and natural minerals give you sheer coverage instantly, then go on, to even skin tone in four weeks. new aveeno tinted moisturizers. i know who works differently than many other allergy medications. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris -- to the nose! [ man ] did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your symptoms by fighting inflammation. side effects may include headache, nosebleed, and sore throat. [ inhales deeply ] i told my allergy symptoms to take a hike. omnaris. ask your doctor. battling nasal allergy symptoms? omnaris combats the cause. get omnaris for $11 at omnaris.com. my friends at work think there's more than one "me.
with the top stories we're following at cnn. comedy central meets c-span. stephen colbert testified before a house judiciary subcommittee about a day he spent picking beans on a farm in upstate new york. the issues are serious. illegal immigration and chronic rampant unemployment. colbert says he hopes his experience would, quote, bump this hearing all the way up to c-span 1. some lawmakers were not amused. >>> the 20-something billionaire who founded facebook giving some of his money to newark public schools. when you're a billionaire, some can mean a lot. i'm talking $100 million. it's the first check written by a new foundation called start-up education finance by mark zuckerberg. >>> still in new york with the u.n. general assembly, president obama turns his sights to sudan. next hour focused on a countrywide vote whether the oil rich autonomous south should break from the north. part of a 2005 agreement ending two decades of war. some feel war is destined to return. >>> a case of stunned and outraged dog lovers the world around, star nfl quarterback michael vick busted for running a b
. >> reporter: the suspects, stephen hayes and his accomplice, took jennifer hawke-petit back home and sexually assaulted her before killing her. they set fire to the house, killing 17-year-old hayley and 11-year-old michaela. the two suspects crashed into a police cruiser, trying to flee in petit's minivan, and were taken into custody. stephen hayes and joshua komisarjevsky, who's awaiting trial, could get the death penalty. richard cantu, abc news. >>> tropical storm carl is back into t of his carl blew across mexico's yucatan peninsula yesterday, dumping heavy rains on the region's tourist reso the storm is expected to gain strength and slam back into kenength and slam back into meanwhile, hurricanes igor and julia continue to churn out there in the atlantic. igor is now a cat 4 storm and could hit bermuda directly this weekend. igor's strong winds and potentially dangerous surf should hit the east coast tomorrow. hurricane julia is a category 3 storm but does not at this point threaten land anywhere. >> back to back right now when you look at that weather map. >> this is the height of the s
is it looking stephen? >> pamela and dave, good morning. patchy low clouds but the key is it is breezy for some and cooler today. whoa have a weak system coming in so 60s and 70s and temperatures come down about a good five degrees today. that wind will pick up later on as the system gets closer for a cool down today and tomorrow. here is sal. >> steve right now traffic on interstate 80 westbound looks good through berkeley and emeryville. also this morning looking at 880 in oakland off to a good start back to dave and pam. >> thank you, sam. topping our news this morning, police in oakland have issued an important warning to people living around lake merritt. jade hernandez joins us now from our newsroom with more. >> reporter: good morning. two actual assaults and two robberies took place on the same day -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: oak land police want anyone in and and the lake merritt area to be careful and aware 0 of their surroundings, police say he man responsible m attacked the two women sunday in relatively secluded areas but the department is not saying when or where the attacks too
got him killed. >> reporter: police say murder victim stephen carr was shot to death inside his home sunday night by a neighbor, david patton. he lived just around the corner reportedly upset by this speed bump carr lobbied to get in front of his house on field master drive. >> it's really sad. it's really unfortunate to think, you know, people can fly off the handle that much over just a speed bump. >> reporter: police say carr and his girl friend were watching tv around 10:00 sunday night when patton came through the front door with a gun, forced the couple to the floor, bound their hands with zip ties, then shot and killed carr when he tried to get free. police say carr's roommate eventually showed up, was also ordered to the ground and when he ran from the house and the suspect gave chase, the girl friend ran to an upstairs bathroom, locked the door and called 911. >> incredible. incredulous. just don't believe it, you know. >> reporter: next-door neighbor willis palmer said he knew somebody was upset about the speed bump. >> that went over for a period of weeks. they'd go by and
that invested in a different type of game. i told him he should meet my mentor, stephen eisman. he is really well depicted in the book. you either love him or hate him. i happen to love him. he is smart and the hits keep coming. when i work for steve, we wrote on the fall of last stiegel and the industry. i learned how to do this, his craft. we get every single turn and look at financial from a point of history from a cultural angle. that got you into layers of the financial system that you would have missed otherwise if you have just looked at bank stocks. people that did not connect the dots missed the system. people who connect the dots were the ones that got it. for the ones that got it, it was an organ -- unorthodox way of approaching the system. it is not that steve is really smart, because michael knows a lot of smart people, but if i did not know steve, i would find it hard to believe what he wrote about on paper because the guy is different. >> you mentioned selling short. define that. >> that is when you bet a gus -- a company's stock price is going to go down. >> why would they al
her trying to negotiate a contract, and stephen yler, but fox has yet to coofirm any names. >>> from box off flops o dvd ú%ccesses. >> i work for the blah-blah-blah and they gave e a license to blah. >> thh movies that studios ú%counting on making more money threaters. >>> a great day for it. take a lookkat it, 84 degr as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. >>> kids are imak in school for the school year. yyu know whht that means? session. if you would like your kid to be a part of weather kid section, just have a teaaher or a counselor send their nominationú at 2,000, 41st street baltimore 21211. or go to
than a month away from jon stewart and stephen colbert's rallies on the national mall, but this morning we are getting crowd numbers. the estimates and numbers for you when we come back. >>> and we're teaming up with mix 107.3 to raise money for children's national medical center. the radio station are holding a ladyothon all day. and you can donate by calling or go to mix107.3.com. we'll check back in with the folks in a little bit. csttd em >>> welcome back. it looks like two rallies in the district will be bigger than first expected, at least by a little bit. jon stewart plans to hold his rally along with stephen colbert's match to keep fear alive both on october 30th. they amend the the numbers from 25,000 to more like 60,000 people. and we're still a month away so the numbers could still go up. >> sometimes the numbers might be even more than the 60,000. we'll see. >>> in the meantime, say if they were having that today they would have some hot weather. >> would need a lot of bottled water out there on the mall. >> take a look at yesterday's temperatures. 94 degrees. it felt warm.
lightning round. tonight's winner is immigration. so, stephen hayes, it turns out as we reported earlier in the 37 races for governor across the country this november in at least 20 of those states, including massachusetts and iowa, that in some cases republicans, some cases democrats, some cases both have endorsed an arizona-style crackdown on ill leam immigrants. will immigration be a voting issue this november? >> it always threatens to be a voting issue and it rarely is a voting issue. this year could be different. you are seeing candidates embrace arizona, but how many have we seen reported on that says it goes further than arizona? that is happening in wisconsin where i was a couple weeks ago. scott walker, the republican governor says i want arizona-plus and take away public funding from the illegal immigrants. >> it also feeds in a narrative that the federal government has been asleep on the job in terms of immigration and come place sant and folks want -- complacent of the folks wanting to take the government back. it will be an issue. of course, i think the economy is the top i
, putting one seat short of taking over both house of congress. panel, stephen hayes from "weekly standard," juan williams from national public radio and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles, what do you make of this? this is the second report we had this week to suggest big gains, significant gains for republican in congress. >> that is from an analysis of seat-by-seat, state-by-state. i think the number that sort of explains it overall is what is called the generic ballot, where you ask someone if you vote republican or democr democratic in november? it's at the largest spread, 10-point republican lead in the 68 years of gallup will, which means it's, at a time when reagan was a democrat. this is a very long time. this is totally unprecedented. and that portends a wave election. that's like johnson in '64. like reagan in '80. gingrich in the mid-'90s. curiously, every 15 years or so. if that number holds, that generic spread of ten, then you get this kind of wave. i think you do get the house clearly will fall to the republicans. and the senate will be close. i think sabato
. stephen hayes, senior writer for "weekly standard." mort kondracke, from roll call. and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. steve, what jumps out at you from reading the pledge to america? >> the fact it's specific and lengthy. almost say it's exhaustive. in a way it's bold and aggressive. look, i take a backseat to no one with my cynicism about these things. in a sense, political gimmick and it will help republicans get elected. i get that. so was the contract with america. if you look back at the contract, even five or six years after the contract was passed, 95 of the programs either scrutinized or eliminated increased in the budget by 10 or 15%. reasons to be skeptical. promises coming out of washington. having said that, this is an impressive document. it is specific about spending levels. turning back tarp, returning to prestimulus levels. repealing healthcare. there are a lot of specifics in here. i think a lot of things for people to like. >> bret: mort, the plan will be rolled out tomorrow. at a hardware store in suburban virginia, as the g.o.p. leaders talk about th
. it stars robert de niro, stephen segal and jessica alba. it's rated r. we have time for a special checi on the forecast. >> sounds like a plan. catch the movie today. this Ñiafternoon. then all the outdoor stuff you want to do, the weather is going to be pe with this --+5á sunshine returning. this is a live camera view of delaware where the temperature is 77 degrees. on the far right and bottom, the wind gusts so far today, up toa. waves don't look too bad now. they will be picking up. ocean city. up to eight in ten feet. in virginia beach, they are around 20. it's where the center of the storm isxd now. it's east of virginia beach. downgraded now, 85 miles an hour winds. it's still a hurricane, earl. it's moving away to the north and northeast. moving toward us, it's cape cod and nantucket that gets the worst of the storm. temperatures in the 80s. it's going to cool us down for the weekend.ñr 88 is the high temperature today. quick look at the beaches, again. sunshine returns. saturday at the beach, 80 degrees. a cool water temperature. tomorrow morning, we start at 65. a high tempe
says 53-year-old stephen ebaugh of menlo park was hit by a southbound train at 5:00 last sunday. it is unclear why he was on the tracks but he was reportedly a veteran of the marine corps and a member of the palo alto elks club. >> 5:36. authorities have identified the man killed yesterday morning in a fishing boat accident in the san francisco bay. investigators say roland reed was killed after the boat slammed into the rocks near the richmond marina. the sphiewn-year-old richmond man was a passenger on that boat. he had gone out fishing with three of his friends. investigators say they were not wearing life jackets. still not clear what caused the crash. >>> yusef bay the 4th's request to move his murder trial out of alameda county is set for a second day of hearings today. the former leader of oakland's you black pus muslim bakery and his could defendant are accused of murdering journalist chauncey bailey and two other men. defense wants want their trial movered to los angeles, they say media attention would prevent them from getting a fair trial in alameda county. >> how doe
-- >> reporter: and with that he was off. stephen wampler of california, husband and father of two, has cerebral palsy. and on sunday he left his wheelchair to begin the climb of his life. >> steve, how's it going, man? >> long day. seven hours climbing. >> reporter: steve is aiming to become the first person with cerebral palsy to climb the famed el capitan in yosemite national park. he trained for more than a year. each draining pull of that rope bringing him five inches closer to the top. but it is a towering challenge. el capitan is not just one empire state building but two. >> the sun today is brutal. holy crap. >> reporter: and today, suspended more than 1,000 feet above ground, we called him. hello, steve? hey, it's david muir in new york. how are you? >> good. and you? >> reporter: i guess you're just kind of hanging out. >> if you want to call it that. >> reporter: he's been climbing and sleeping on capitan for three days now. >> another 650 feet. so you're more than halfway there. >> yes. >> reporter: and none of this is surprising the woman who 15 years ago b
, it is friday, september 24th. i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. time is 5:30 and stephen has been saying it is going to be pretty warm this weekend. >> it is, pam, for many, away from the coast, get that boat fired up. head out there. we will have 80s, 90s. it does look warmer but more likely on sunday than monday. we will explain that coming up. now, here is sal. >> steve, good morning. northbound 101 traffic looks good as you come up to the 80 split with no major problems also this morning's commute looks good at the westbound bay bridge toll plaza. no major problems here. ktvu channel 2 reporter jade hernandez is at the scene of a truck accident that has been there since early this morning and has a big clean up effort underway in vallejo, jade. >> reporter: good morning, sal. the biggest obstacle right now is actually getting thed so off the roadway. the tractor-trailer is already gone. the california highway patrol is re-evaluating how long they think it will take to clear thed so from the road. this off-ramp has been closed since 2:30 this morning. the chp says the driver pulled of
to stand trial. judge stephen hall made the ruling on monday after reviewing medical records. ushock remains in custody without bail. his trial is set to begin january 31st. >> the state of alaska is investigating weather bristol palin broke any laws by going into a bar. she was there to watch her partner perform. she could only legally be allowed into the establishment with a parent, spouse or legal guardian over 21 but she could avoid trouble if it was classified as a restaurant and she was there to eat. >>> well, san francisco is ranked in the top 10 safest cities in the u.s. the non- profit group underwriters laboratory named boston as the safest city. new york ranks number 5 and san francisco is number 7. the underwriters listed first response times, accident rates and the number of hospitals. san francisco was singled out for one of the lowest rates of poverty among families with children. >>> there was something missing at the annual san francisco cable car bell ringing contest. the official bell ringer. [ bell rings ] >> the others took part but not cable car operators. two d
ggnshot shells found at the crime scene inside ..3 >>> 45 years old stephen wwst fall entered the plea an algainy yafpooice say last month he %-area whereehe choked and eatn her. the trial is exppcted toothe begin on november 20th. november 30th. >>> one east baltimore commmuity is fighting crime by couuting on a higher power. joel d smith is live in that community with their new plan called operation good faith. gooo morning, joel.ú >> reporter: good morning, pattice. we are here in east baltiiore at the ccurch right ovee here. these church communities to taae control of their communityy a 4 if they can control that, maybe %-it's an idea of congressmanl. charles stokes and they think this can work. tteee was a meeting yesterday where they started talking about ann ttinking if ttis could actually functionnand work for everybody. they unveiled the design baak to theechurch and the church members said they will walk the streets on a nightly basis trying to rebuild the relationship wwth the communityú in hopes of getting the criminals locked up. >> they're increased by the citizens an
in may, a jury convicted stephen perish.s in the death of he reeorded other membbrr of the gang tt kill parish becauue he thooght parish was ay and that would makk the gang look weak. driviig death of a hoo warned countt teenager heads to trial today. the influenceelast august along route 100. that is when he allleedly hit and killed benjamin wart man. bike at the time. he was allo ccaaged with heroin possession.., >>> the loves come off in the3 race for governor. governor martinno'malley of delibbrately suppressing bad news of maryland's economy. llst month they postedda report describiig as maryland's economy as talling but ttat information wws removed from the website just as governor o'malley delivered an up beat message of the state economic recovery.3 >> was this simply the fact and then it got ccvered up? or it was a mistake and it was simply a draft. %-understand it.ase, we >> the spokesman says the employment document was never %-agency's website. n the this ssory. delegates weegh in on the race in this tueeday's house spotllght. >>> for the latest oo the governnr's race go
that the matter to goodyear. that is harry could well he will be in accordance a day. stephen slater is said to a player for a hearing on criminal mischief is also charges of reckless endangerment and trespassing. optimal down on the tarmac or he told of across transplant lawyers as it was that passengers fall because of lack of stability that of the the behavior he's looking for tuesday in court. drew was it happens. he was chased by media after that became sort of popular. officials are using the crash of to revive a debate about whether allowed to travel on the laps of adults.the national the federal aviation administration to require children under 2 to be in separate seats and restraints.in march of 2009, a 10-seater plane crashed in butte, killing all 14 people aboard, including 7 children.the faa says it will look at the new recommendation. and we'll be right back as a kron4 morning news continues until 11:00 a.m., a live look good side of mount tam. above the fog, pushing and around the bay the big cool down more on whether an air-traffic hotspots coming up. what a match the kron 4
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to put the best spin possible on another weak jobs report. it's time for our sunday group. stephen hayes, "the weekly standard." mara liasson of national public radio. fox news digital politics editor, chris stirewalt, a panel first-timer. and juan williams, also from national public radio. so, as we've been saying, the president is going to announce something of a new economic plan this week, apparently focussing on tax cuts for business. steve, is it more about can politics, or the economy and how much do you think it will actually help democrats in november? >> it's far more about politics. i think the white house feels like it needs to have something to campaign on, something to give vulnerable congressional democrats to run on. so this is what they settled on. i think it's far too late to have much effect on the economy, so they hope to be making a political argument. but what was most interesting i thought in your interview with tim kaine if i heard him correctly he said there have been eight tax cuts targeted to small businesses and he says we need a ninth. the white house saying
heart. >> reporter: that he was off. stephen, california, husband and father of two has cerebral palsy and sunday he left his wheelchair to begin the climb of his life. >> how is it going, man? >> reporter: steve is aiming to become the first person with cerebral palsy to climb the famed elcapitan in yosemite national park. it is a towering challenge. this is not just one empire state building, but two. [ audio not understandable ] >> reporter: today suspended 1,000 feet above ground we called him. hey, steve? it's david muehr in new york. how are you? >> good, and you? >> i guess you're just hanging out. >> if you want to call did that. >> reporter: he's been climbing and sleeping on elcapitan for three days now. >> you're more than halfway there. >> yes. >> reporter: and none of this is surprising for the woman who 15 years ago became steve's wife. >> i thought i bet he's having a hard life. i quickly learned that's not true. >> reporter: steve has taught everyone he knows disabilities don't have to limit you. >> your wife is going to see this on tv tonight. what do you want to say t
with just a two-point lead. that's where we start with the panel tonight. bring in the panel. stephen hayes, senior writer for "weekly standard." henderson from the washington post. syndicated columnist, charles krauthammer. start with the governor's race in california. steve? >> i thought meg whitman answered the charges pretty decisively and offered to put it back, in fact i think the campaign put out the documents so they have the copy of the 1099. gloria allred didn't introduce much. she had promises and said she could produce evidence and never did it. nicky diaz, the poor woman in question who was here illegally left the press conference for a little while because she was uncomfortable and came back and broke down crying, but didn't seem like she was on the same pages gloria allred. we will find out in the coming days when we see the document or paperwork but it smells like a political stunt. >> it's hard to see how this shakes things up. close race, two point on dividing these folks. you look at the press conference and you wonder why the woman was crying. it looked theatrical and st
's this for opposing political rallies? john stewart and stephen colbert will host events on the national mall just before the midterms. what a picture that is. stewart is promoting a ral toy restore sanity for those who have been too busy with normal lives to go to other rallies why colbert is promoting a march to keep fear alive, encouraging participants to bring an overnight bag and five extra sets of underwear. >>> and speaking of late-night comedy, late-night's jimmy fallon was talking with actor john hamm about the actor and they spoke about sort of the unique experience of hosting "saturday night live," and all the eyes that are sometimes watching. >> america's favorite newsman, brian williams. >> beloved by everyone. >> talking on the "today" show, he's obsessed with you, "mad men" of "saturday night live." >> a fan of the show. >> you've got to watch in this building. he knows where you are. kwuv got to watch. he could show up wherever. >> it will be fine. i'm not worried about that. not worried. [ applause ] >> that's just sad. >> yeah, yeah. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris -- to the nose!
:31. stephen is back. how is the weather? >> going to be cooler. could drop a good ten degrees. the fog is back in a big way. the sea breeze has established itself so inland temperatures drop a good 10 degrees. now, here is sal. >> steve, right now traffic on 80 is busier on the way out to the macarthur maze. no major issues on the bay bridge toll plaza westbound traffic still light into san francisco. 5:31. back to the desk. >> we want to update developing news from marin county right now. fire crews are getting the upper hand on a fire on 101 not far from sir frances drake boulevard. claudine wong is out there with the details. >> reporter: good morning. dave. yes, this is right before sir frances drake boulevard. you can see the chp right now continuing to leave one lane of southbound 101 shut down so firefighters can do their work out here. this is a grass fire they were dealing with. it started sometime after 4:00 this morning. we can take a look over here. you can see the firefighters making their way down the hill a little bit. 4:00 or somewhere there after this morning people driving by
was a senior writer for "national journal," and others. welcome, stephen. [applause] i met her in the ladies' room which is how all good meetings began. she is the founder of "campaign solutions." she was the first or raise money on the internet for political campaign. she has raised money -- more money than any other company, and she has helped the john campaign campaign making about $100 million online. [applause] and the walter is the new political director at abc news and she also provides on-air analysis for abc news programs. she had a background at the national journal and the senior editor of a rap -- she had a reputation as a tough handicapper. [applause] nate silver is the founder of 538.com, winning the award for best political coverage on line, and he has been made one of time magazine's 100 most influential people, and has been called a scratch see psyche -- scratch sheet psychic. welcome. but mr. with something that david axelrod said. it said that there is a crime of court pathology in washington, which is why he looks forward to decamping in chicago. what -- how you deal with
judge's table. now it's confirmed. jennifer lopez and stephen tyler and execctive procedure is returring behind the scenes and if you're ondering who that gu3 is, t's recording executive, jimmy ivine. >> everyone is wondering is it gging to be the same? nothing can be the same for 10 years. mentor and will be shoonnback stage with the contestants throughout the season. don't forget that season 10 of american idol starts here in january in fox 45. >>> the man's best energy supply. >> the poop is so easily found energy is just a great idea.3to >>> how itts being done cominggú up. >>>>and i'm emly racieeat the con ton wine anddjazz festival i will have all tte details at ú >>>>jazz it up this weekend. good morning, emily. >>>reporttr: good morning,,3 patrice. it's a gorgeous morning at the park. this saaurday it will be filled with people, wine and vendors.ú iim talking to the organizer of -he festival, the second year, and what can folks expect when they come out, not only wine u3 so many other things. >> we hhve great food from the local restaurants and wine seminars goinggon. a g
. >>> tv personalities jon stewart and steven -- stephen cole bare. both rallies will be held september 30th, called "march to keep fear alive." >>> fox network officials said they've made a decision on new "american idol" judges but they are not revealing any names just yet. simon cowell, ellen degeneres and karady gatherdy have all left the show. the announcement will come next wednesday morning during the last of the contestant auditions for the next season. >> keep the suspense going. >> exactly. >> no suspense about the commute. you have to tell us how it is out there. >> i will. if you are trying to get into san francisco this morning, you will have to wait a little bit. there's about a ten-minute wait. once you get on bridge, it looks good. let's move to 880 northbound in oakland. the traffic is moving well. and the commute on the san mateo bridge looks okay. if you are going to palo alto avoid the accident for now, use embarcadero because of that structure fire near university and middlefield. here's steve. >>> a lot of clouds over us. in fact, increasing higher clouds, not just fo
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